The handwriting on the wall is becoming clearer, judging by unfolding events. In the recent past, the media has been awash with stories bordering on the strained relationship between the African Queen crooner and one of the mothers of his children, ebony skinned Pero Adeniyi on one hand, and Tuface‘s mother and Pero who don‘t see eye to eye on the other hand. While no one has come forward to deny or confirm the story, recent happenings lend further credence to the insinuations.

Penultimate week, Prince Jide Adeniyi, Pero‘s father clocked 70. A celebratory bash was staged at their Anthony Village residence and visibly absent at the festivities was Tuface.

In the first quarter of 2008, the Adeniyi‘s staged a similar celebration when their matriarch added another year where Tuface played the role of a dutiful son- in- law.

He even performed to the admiration of guests. This was when the going was good and now that the centre can no longer hold, Tuface has decided to boycott.